October 22, 2000
Johnnie Clower, 56, dead from stroke
||Homes rising from battle of sexes
[Times photo: Dan McDuffie]
Male and female volunteers are each putting their own touches into neighboring houses for low-income families.
Johnnie Clower, the namesake of his family's Dade City barbecue restaurant who was known for tender ribs and an even softer heart, died Saturday morning at Sunbelt Health Care Center in Zephyrhills. He was 56.
Brawl leads to two arrests
Two teens are charged with injuring three police officers during a fight in the parking lot of McDonald's in Dade City.
Commission candidates go face to face on issues
Debates have long played a key role in American political life. In that spirit, the Pasco Times continues its tradition of offering candidates for public office a forum to question each other on matters they think are important to the voters.
Boy's aunt remembers 'red flags'
Before leaving for Florida, Alex Boucher told his aunt that Jim Curtis had punched him, she says.
Hey, Lou, is that you? No, I'm the other Lou
Separated by years, united by a name, Lou Pearlman meets a new generation -- and likes the music.
Program gives back smiles, self-esteem
For women like Carmen Bradley, who wasn't able to seek a dentist's help before, the new program is a way to heal the scars left by domestic abuse.
Altman, Schrader best candidates for commission
Voters will invigorate the Pasco County Commission with a much-needed double dose of new blood when they head to the polls Nov. 7.
New Air Force recruiter arrives
Man charged with battery on officer
Heroes and happenings
The long-awaited, often-delayed Wesley Chapel Stadium (that's the official name, for now) will (hopefully) open for business on Friday when the Wildcats host Gulf for Homecoming, according to athletic director Tom Adams, in what will be the first home game in the program's brief two-year history.
Goal-line stand forces three-way tie for championship
HUDSON -- Decisions, decisions. Go for two points to win or kick an extra point for a tie?